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Two-Faced Pumpkin with Wall Projection

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Metallic Swag Garlands

Steps:4
Materials
  • Quarter-inch gator board or heavy-duty foam core
  • Scissors
  • Utility knife
  • Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
  • Bow
  • Natural materials: dried artichoke, poppy pods, eucalyptus seeds, and tallow berry 
  • Artificial oak leaves
  • Glycerin-treated fern fronds
  • Gold, silver, and gold glitter spray paint
  • Finishing nails or wire
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Dried-Corn Wreath

Steps:2
Make this festive wreath to decorate your halls for Thanksgiving.
Materials
  • Dremel drill fitted with a standard bit
  • 18-gauge stem wire
  • 32-gauge floral wire wound on a paddle
  • Craft glue
  • Wire cutters
  • A wire wreath form
  • Dried pink miniature corn (available at farmer's markets or online)
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Glittered ''Candy'' Garland Craft

Steps:5
Here's a way to enjoy candy corn and wrapped treats without the potential cavities -- a whimsical garland made of glittered candy-shaped foam.
Materials
  • Bamboo skewers
  • 2-inch foam balls
  • White glue
  • Paintbrush
  • Iridescent glitter, in orange, black, white, and yellow
  • Mini treat wrappers
  • Screw punch
  • Hot-glue gun
  • 4-by-2-inch foam cones
  • Tinsel garland
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Hampers and Towels with Tassels

Steps:1
Mini tassels made of six-ply cotton embroidery floss lend a little souk chic to plain baskets and towels. A large twisted-cord tassel in fique, a sisal-like fiber, makes for a hipper hamper handle.
Materials
  • Fique yarn
  • Double wall hamper with lid
  • Bolga basket (straw-and-leather handle), Iringa baskets
  • Linen guest towels
  • DMC 6-strand embroidery floss (on towels and baskets), in Red, Dark Coral, Dark Straw, Dark Mauve, Dark Antique Mauve, Dark Burnt Orange, and Dark Red
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Fabric-Punched Bouquet

Steps:6
Martha and Marcie McGoldrick, holiday editor for Martha Stewart Living, use simple craft punches to make fabric flowers for a beautiful springtime bouquet.
Materials
  • Lightweight fabrics (such as voile or Indian cotton)
  • Tray
  • Medium paintbrush
  • Liquid fabric stiffener, at crafts stores
  • Petal and leaf craft punches
  • Micro hole punch
  • Floral pips (small wires with colored tips used to make silk flowers), at crafts stores
  • Contact cement
  • Floral wire
  • Wire cutters
  • Green floral tape
  • Floral tape
  • Vase (optional)
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Punched-Snowflake Photo Cards and Gift Tags

Steps:5
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Halloween Party Picks

Steps:11
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